Beer, Liquor, Mixed Drinks, Wine
Carry Out, Catering, Dine In
Business Casual, Casual
Entrée Price Ranges:
$11-15, $16-20, $20+
American Express, Cash, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Accepted, Recommended for Dinner, Recommended for Groups
Landry’s Seafood House in Branson, Missouri began as a family-owned seafood eatery in Lafayette, Louisiana. Today, Landry’s is known for exceptional Gulf-coast style seafood dishes in a warm, comfortable atmosphere.
Guests of Landry’s Seafood in Branson, Missouri will find a spectacular menu that features appetizers such as Oysters Rockefeller, Seafood Stuffed Jalapenos, Blue Crab Cake, and Fried Calamari as well as a good selection of soups and salads including Shrimp or Seafood Gumbo, Clam Chowder, Cobb Salad, Seafood Salad Trio, and Avocado Lump Crab Salad. Landry’s Seafood House offers fantastic entrées such as Mahi Mahi Madrid, Cedar Planked Salmon, Top Sirloin Steak, Broiled Seafood Platter, and Chicken Romano.
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"My Must Go To Restaurant Every Branson Visit"
I moved to MO almost 8 yrs. ago and visit Branson once or twice a year. My husband and friends we go with know that I "must eat at Landry's" every time we go. I look forward to getting my "Louisiana Fix". I usually order the Crawfish Etouffee, although everything else is great too. I just miss my Etouffee living in MO. The wait staff is always friendly and attentive. It is not a fast food place, so prices fitting, being an upscale restaurant, but worth every penny. Friends we go with order one seafood platter with two salads and share. Always plenty to eat. Fish is fresh and prepared in a variety of delicious ways. Hope it will become one of your "go to" restaurants when you visit Branson. Laundry's is a chain. I've eaten at Laundry's in LA and FL as well. Always a good choice. They've figured out how to do seafood.
Reviewed on November 14, 2013
Last visited in November of 2013
Asheville, North Carolina
"Lunch at Landry's in Branson"
We went to Landry's in Branson for a late lunch. We had a terrific young lady for a waitess. The hostess was less than gracious and reminded us to hurry and order before the dinner menu went into effect. We ordered drinks and entrees at one time. A salad came with all of our entrees and was delicious and plenty for four of us. We each ordered different entrees and each was delicious. I had beer, and it was served in an iced beer glass--perfect. We shared a creme brulee for dessert and it, too, was delicious. We will go back for lunch if we ever come back to Branson. The restaurant's temperature was a bit cool--take a sweater.
Reviewed on October 4, 2012
Last visited in October of 2012
To be honest, we kept trying to get to Landry's so any ratings above are based on what we heard about it.
I am writing b/c we met, when lost in Branson, a delightful young lady, who stood in a rainstorm, while pumping gas. Her name was Marissa, and she was such a Godsend that we felt we had to give her a shout out. She gave us great directions and was so friendly, it was amazing. She was still in her uniform and had just gotten off of work, so we know her feet hurt, and she was tired. Still, she took time to help us and get us back on the road to our rooms. And she did so while recommending we grab a bite to eat at Landry's and with a big, big smile on her face. So friendly. So nice. What a great gift to Branson and Landry's she is.
If the restaurant's employees are all like Marissa, then the restaurant has to be a good place to go. We will make it there next time for sure.
Reviewed on September 9, 2011
Last visited in August of 2011
I loved Landry's in Austin, Texas! This one... okay. It was memorable for one thing, the AC vent above kept leaking water on our table and the waiters and staff stood on ladders and reached above our heads and table trying to wipe it off the ceiling using wash cloths instead of giving us a new table while our plates and cups were being splattered on. I just looked at my wife who had never been to a Landry's before and shrugged sheepishly because I had raved and bragged about Landry's based on my experience in Austin, Texas. Before sitting down, the wait was a while and we were hot in the foyer. I was really hungry and didn't want to wait for another table again. Food was good I'm sure but I really can't recall what we had apart from being dripped on and still having a pretty hefty bill.
Reviewed on July 2, 2011
Last visited in July of 2010
Landry's prices are more upscale, but this particular restaurant doesn't come through with the associated ambiance and attentive wait staff. I enjoyed the lump crab meat on the fish entree I ordered was yummy and my husband felt his filet mignon was good. We enjoyed the Myrtle Beach Landry's much more.
Reviewed on September 9, 2008
Last visited in September of 2008
We've been here numerous times & each time we go, we're never disappointed. Always clean. Always excellent wait staff. Consistent quality on the menu. One of the best, if not THE best seafood restaurant in Branson.
Reviewed on July 17, 2008
Last visited in February of 2007
D. V. Adam
Iron Mountain, Michigan
I thought the food was great there. Had the grilled shrimp the last time there. Have gone several time. The last time they seemed to mix up the order with different things but this can happen as the serve several people. The only thing I was disappointed with is the lady that was in charged seemed to have a hard time smiling. Maybe it was a bad day for her.
Reviewed on June 24, 2008
Last visited in April of 2008
We had high hopes for Landry's and were dissapointed. We lucked out and got a good parking spot, but we had to wait forever to a table, and then we ended up sitting in a table right by the door. The wait for the food took forever, and the food was not that great.
IT was very overpriced too!
I have had better seafood at Long John's and Red Lobster. We will not be back.
Reviewed on March 10, 2008
Last visited in June of 2007
The food was cold and tastless. When we complained the staff could care less. I guess they thought "Well they are just here for a visit and won't be back anyway". As for value, you could get better food anywhere else for half the price. NEVER AGAIN! There are too many good places to eat in Branson to ever go back to Landry's.
Reviewed on September 15, 2007
Last visited in October of 2006
if you like steak and seafood,don't pass this one up.i can cook chicken and pasta at home so when we go out it's steak or seafood for us.however just a little pricy but well worth it.this our favorite place to go in branson.try the landry's cheese sauce.we put it over our baked potato.(crab,shrimp,cheese sauce)i will however caution you that in busy times service is very slow.i would say they are understaffed because everybody is always moving.but with that said for us it,s still worth it--the food is that good.visit dinebranson.com for my other reviews for branson
Reviewed on January 29, 2007
Last visited in October of 2006
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